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Sufficient And Nutritious Food Necessary To Ensure Freedom From Hunger

Sufficient And Nutritious Food Necessary To Ensure Freedom From Hunger

17 May, 2022 Ishanee Sharma

The Right to Food is one of the fundamental human rights and it is intertwined with other rights including the right to life and health.

Global Food Leaders Call Upon G7 Heads To Fight Hunger And Malnutrition

Global Food Leaders Call Upon G7 Heads To Fight Hunger And Malnutrition

14 May, 2022 Rajiv Tikoo

In an open letter ahead of the upcoming G7 Summit, World Food Prize Laureates have written to G7 Heads to address the triple threat of Covid-19, climate change and conflict


Improving Sanitation Indicators Can Lead To Better Nutrition Outcomes

Cross sectoral collaboration by establishing common platforms for knowledge sharing, including nutritional targets in water, sanitation and hygiene goals and vice versa, can help ensure sustainable solutions.

Promoting Nutritious Diets With Scientific Data Leads To Better Uptake

Promoting Nutritious Diets With Scientific Data Leads To Better Uptake

02 May, 2022 Swadeep Srivastava

Provision of adequate and nutritious diets would serve its purpose better if popularised among intended beneficiaries through credible communication, particularly during health emergencies


Nutrition And WASH Go Hand In Hand

Safe water, sustainable sanitation and good hygiene practices are the keys to the scaling-up nutrition among the vulnerable population groups in India

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20 April, 2022

Facing Nutrition Conundrum In Changing Climate

Meena Sehgal

Shorter, local and climate-smart food supply chains are more likely to respond to local needs and empower the most vulnerable.


19 April, 2022

Fixing Triple Challenges Of Health, Nutrition And Climate Change

Bishow Parajuli

Adequate nutrition through the diversification of the food systems is vital for promoting health of people and the planet


15 April, 2022

More women leaders needed to address India’s nutrition challenges

Shagun Sabarwal

Women's leaders at the centre and the top are key to cradle a healthy future for India as they have a trickle-down effect in breaking the vicious cycle of malnutrition at grassroots


11 April, 2022

A synergistic approach is key to achieve better nutrition outcomes

Nikhil Raj & Roopashree Shanker

Nutrition sensitive interventions coupled with community participation can lead to transformational improvement in indicators


07 April, 2022

Focus On Tribal Children’s Nutrition Key To A Healthy India

Dr Swati Piramal and Dr Shailendra Hegde

This World Health Day, India is reminded that it can accelerate its development journey by combating undernutrition in tribal children using a whole-system and whole-community approach


07 April, 2022

Improving Quality Of Nutrition Services The Way To Suposhit Bharat

Dr. Sebanti Ghosh

Enhancement of the quality of nutrition services and strengthening of the community’s role in delivering them is the call this World Health Day


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07 April, 2022

Communication Is Key In Making Nutrition Reach The Vulnerable

Dr. Deepak Gupta

Strategic communication will enable people to make informed choices and improve nutrition outcomes, health indicators and their quality of life


23 November, 2021

What Have You Eaten Today?

Nidhi Joshi

Our country has pledged to build a zero-carbon economy by 2070. The Indian government has marked agriculture in its nationally determined contribution. This brings a huge challenge and opportunity for the country.


27 October, 2021

How A Renewed Focus Can Improve Maternal And Child Nutrition Scenario In India

Dr Teena Dasi

The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic poses an increased threat to maternal and child undernutrition, and compels us to reflect on the causes of maternal and child nutrition, and reaffirm the focus to improve the status.


20 October, 2021

Here's How The Pesticide-Free Food Products Can Be A Part Of Your Good Health

Mr. Lohit Mohan

Pesticide-free food products, as the phrase suggests, are products grown, stored, and packed without the use of any synthetic pesticides. These products are only minimally processed, thereby retaining their nutritional content.


16 October, 2021

World Food Day: Here's What The Akshaya Patra Foundation Aims For

Subhadra Menon

Here comes an interview with Mr Sundeep Talwar, CMO, The Akshaya Patra Foundation.


08 October, 2021

Low Carb Diet: A Possible Way To Manage Your Diabetes

Geetika Patni

Most often, carbohydrates (sugar, starches and fibres) are among the foods that we start avoiding in case of diagnosis of diabetes. We start considering all carbs as an enemy, but this is definitely not the case.


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29 September, 2021

Are You Working Out? Watch Your Nutrition Well

Neha Kapoor

To level up your workout sessions without pain, injuries and muscle loss, you should fuel it right. Feeding the right nutrients to your body at the right time and in the right form, not just enhances your performance but also improves your stamina.


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